Take a photo journey through Yellowstone National Park.
If you're traveling to Yellowstone National Park, don't leave without seeing the Grand Prismatic Spring.
Yellowstone National Park is full of picturesque views including this majestic mountain cliff.
A mother bison takes care of her newborn calf during wintry weather.
Old Faithful, Yellowstone's famous geyser, can shoot 3,700-8,400 gallons of boiling water at a height of 106-185 feet for 1.5-5 minutes.
A bull elk walks gracefully along a river in Yellowstone National Park.
Mammoth Hot Springs has been shaped over thousands of years as hot water from the spring cooled and deposited calcium carbonate. Its energy has been attributed to the same system that fuels other Yellowstone geothermal areas.
A grey wolf, an alpha male of the Mollie pack, looks directly into the camera in Yellowstone's Hayden Valley.
Castle Geyser is located in the Upper Geyser Basin of Yellowstone National Park. The geyser was named because of its large deposits that resemble a castle.
Visitors to Yellowstone National Park can see the beautiful contrast of colors and textures at West Thumb Geyser Basin.
The Roosevelt Arch is located at the North Entrance of Yellowstone National Park in Montana. The arch's cornerstone was laid by Theodore Roosevelt, the 26th President of the United States.
The sun rises over the Lower falls of the Yellowstone River in Wyoming.
Travelers driving through Yellowstone National Park get to see all types of wildlife, including this Bighorn sheep in Lamar Valley.
Yellowstone River, nestled between 2 banks covered in snow, makes Yellowstone National Park seem serene and peaceful during the winter.